Love the combo of vintage and modern style in this. I’m also a beret girl so there is just so so much to love here!Source: lookbookdotnu
Interiors from Mad Men season 5, episode 1. A study in contrasts.
Don and Megan - swanky and of the moment
Joan and baby - very 50s palette and nostalgic (Joan is Old School) - my fave.
Pete’ suburban kitchen - homey, suburban, in a cheezy-cottage style, purposefully reminiscent of the old Draper kitchen. One of the most poignant scenes was him standing there alone at the end of the day, eating cereal out of the box.
Some of my favorite takes on babydoll from the non-Japanese (they will require a separate post)!
More great babydoll dresses for this spring: http://www.stillthelovely.com/2012/02/spring-vintage-pick-babydoll-dresses/
Classic babydoll look. Love it with over-the-knee socks!
As always, I’m fascinated by the question of at what age does this style start to look ridiculous? At what point does “underage chic” start to look like “overage desperation”? There is only one person over 25 who can truly own this — Betsey Johnson~!
RED Valentino Fall 2012
I originally reblogged this because it’s just so darn presh, but it started to remind me of all the babydoll dresses that have come and gone my way and I thought it might be fun to write something up on that. The style is continuously referenced in both couture and street (um…Lolita, anyone?), but I want to dig a little deeper. Babydoll dress post coming soon!Source: fashion-ocd